Dill and Almond Pesto with Meyer Lemon Juice

We put so much dill in the bunches we provide our CSA and farmer’s market customers that we often get the question “what can I do with all this dill?” Here is one great way to use the entire bunch but be forewarned.  After you try this dill and almond pesto you may end up wanting to get more than just one bunch of dill. … Continue reading Dill and Almond Pesto with Meyer Lemon Juice

Dilled Gravlax

We love dill, be it in pickles, salads, or grilled seafood, but we especially love it on bagels and lox with all the fixings.  In this recipe we will not only show you how to use our fresh dill on your bagels and lox, we will also show you how to make your own dilled gravlax. You can NEVER use enough dill in the preparation … Continue reading Dilled Gravlax


Zucchini is a versatile vegetable and is a type of summer squash. It is excellent raw in salads, marinated, grilled, stir fried, sautéed, stuffed and baked, and diced or pureed for soups. Adaptable Zucchini Bread This recipe is a favorite at Worden Farm. It has worked well with every variation we can conjure, from substituting ripe bananas for half of the zucchini, adding chopped apples and walnuts, or grating fresh ginger and zesting … Continue reading Zucchini

Pickled Green Beans

Our green beans are in season and plentiful now. However, they do best in warm weather, so in a few months with cooler temperatures,  they won’t be as abundant. Pickling and canning several jars now, while they are in peak season, is a great way to ensure that you can enjoy them later when they are no longer available fresh. Preparation Time:  30 minutes Cooking Time: … Continue reading Pickled Green Beans